Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Topic: Third parties (Law) Source: http://books.google.com/books?id=2W0SAAAAYAAJ&oe=UTF-8
Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Topics: Contracts, Third parties (Law), Contracts, Third parties (Law) Source: http://books.google.com/books?id=XuEMAAAAYAAJ&oe=UTF-8
byEhrenzweig, Armin, 1864-1935. [from old catalog]
Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Topics: Third parties (Law), Third parties (Law), Contracts, Contracts Source: http://books.google.com/books?id=FyIMAAAAYAAJ&oe=UTF-8
Preface -- Summarized agenda --Federal overview / James C. Morant, Ben Holmes -- North Carolina third party benefit recover / Donald Best -- Minnesota third party benefit recovery / Beth Wahtera -- Blue Cross/Blue Shield / Charles Tomek -- Health Insurance Association of America / James F. Sullivan -- Medicare/Medicaid crossover claims / Charles Smith -- Civilian Health and Medical Program for the Uniformed Services (CHAMPUS) / Thomas Osoba -- Data collection and provider relations / Steve... Topics: Medicaid, Third parties (Law), Liability (Law)
- Nick is back with one final episode on the US election, featuring some listener feedback on our last two episodes on this topic. Jeremy Mendelson makes the case for why he is not voting for Clinton and the importance of voting for third parties like the Greens. There is also some discussion on Trump, class and the urban rural divide in the US. The episode also features a new segment ‘Angela Davis Always Makes Sense’. For more information on this episode and for links to all of... Topics: US election, Trump, Clinton, third parties, Greens
In this episode of The Ossington Circle, I interview New York-based labor activist and graduate student Luke Elliott-Negri. We discuss the role and importance of organizing, of third parties, of local electoral work, and of labor unions in surviving the new Trump Era. Topics: Trump, Electoral Politics, Unions, Third Parties
byThird Party Liability Workshop (1976 : Chicago, Ill.); United States. Medical Services Administration; Institute for Medicaid Management
Other health coverage system : state of Minnesota / John C. Anderson -- National Blue Cross-Blue Shield viewpoint on Medicaid third party liability recovery / Hugh Gibbons -- Key ponts on the interface of title XIX and title IV-D / Louis Hays -- Commercial insurance industry viewpoint on Medicaid third party liability recovery / Tony Riker -- Recovery system for auto accident insurance and tort action in Michigan / Mike Skutar -- Alabama's third party liability collection system / Mary F.... Topics: Medicaid, Third parties (Law), Liability (Law)
byUnited States. Congress. House; United States. Congress. House. Committee on Commerce; United States. Congress. House. Committee on Education and the Workforce; United States. Congress. House. Committee on Ways and Means
CMS copy in folder: Public Laws: Bill / House / 106th Congress / 2nd Session / 2000 Topics: Health insurance, Third parties (Law), Fines and recoveries Source: special
James O'Keefe, Noe Kamelamela, and Aaron James have a panel discussion on Pirate Organizing. The list of topics includes campaign organizing, working with volunteers, ranked choice voting, the importance of third parties, local elections, working with other groups, coalition building, the one-party system in Massachusetts, and marijuana legalization Topics: Pirate Party, Organizing, Third Parties, Local Elections, Massachusetts, Marijuana Legalization
Keynote address of the Massachusetts Pirate Party's 2016 convention. The Keynote was given by Aaron James, the Pirate Party candidate for state legislature in Massachusetts 27th Middlesex district. Topics: Pirate Party, Local Elections, Third Parties, Drug Law Reform
On July 9th, 2004, Ralph Nader and Howard Dean debate. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Nader: Dean: Third: parties: party: green: reform: democratic: election: 2004, Debate: Debates,...
byPacific Consultants; Institute for Medicaid Management
"Prepared for the Department of Health, Education and Welfare under Contract No. SRS-500-76-0523." Topics: Insurance, Health, Reimbursement, Medicaid, Medicaid, Health insurance, Third parties (Law),... Source: special
Electoral politics are a longstanding problem for the U.S. left. In recent decades, a number of parties have formed as an alternative to the Democratic Party: the Labor Party, the Green Party, and now, the Justice Party. However, these parties risk becoming little more than networks of activists or pressure groups on the Democratic Party, and it still remains unclear whether a serious electoral challenge to the Democratic Party is possible. Radical Minds is pleased to air an edited recording of... Topics: Radical Minds, Third Parties, socialism, Marxism, Justice Party, International Bolshevik Tendency
byYoung, Robert G; Carter, Ronnie B; United States. Health Care Financing Administration. Bureau of System Operations. Office of Methods and Systems. Division of Systems Planning and Development. Systems Development Branch
Cover title Topics: Medicaid, Third parties (Law), Liability (Law), Information storage and retrieval systems,... Source: special
BSR Magazine Show - 2016 September 16 Hosted by James M. Branum Aired on international shortwave radio stations and online from BroadSpectrumRadio.com In this episode... Editorial by James KG5JST DX Radio Report Music by Jonathan Marshall Topics: Trump, CLinton, politics, editorial, voting, third parties, DX, kg5jst, radio, shortwave radio,...
In Episode 24 of CTIR, I discuss the consequences of the shutdown on the Tea Party and whether the group must change. Additionally, I discuss numerous other issues relating to character attacks, the importance of voting, and third parties. Topics: liberty, libertarian, progressive, elections, Tea Party, shutdown, politics, news, Ron Paul, third...
Elizabeth Gurley Flynn, the late chairman of the American Communist Party and a member of the party since 1927 talks with KPFA Program Director Elsa Knight Thompson about the aims and methods of the party's political activities. They also discuss the status of the party and its members in the various cultural and geographic areas of the United States, including a law in Texas that prescribes the death penalty for belonging to the Communist Party. Topics: Communist Party., Flynn, Elizabeth Gurley., Third parties (United States politics), American Women... Source: http://pacificaradioarchives.org/american-women-making-history-and-culture-1963-1982
LaDonna Harris was the vice-presidential candidate and running mate of Dr. Barry Commoner on the Citizens Party ticket in 1980. In this energetic interview conducted by Ray Hill and Richard King, KPFT, Ms. Harris discusses the world view and platform of the Citizens Party and its viability as an alternative to the "Republicrats." Also discussed are such issues as the relationship of nuclear power, waste, and the arms race; the power of the oil giants; the future of the United States... Topics: Third parties (United States politics), Women in politics., Harris, LaDonna, Comanche women,... Source: http://pacificaradioarchives.org/american-women-making-history-and-culture-1963-1982
On our long-awaited episode, we talk about real-life babel fish language translation , HoloLens being opened up to third parties and some smart earplugs that the US Army is deploying . Shane gives his take on a mini humidifier and we do our best to let a caller know what the best selfie sticks are . Topics: Technology, Computers, Babel fish, Language translation, Earbuds, HoloLens, Third parties,...
Interview with Charles A. Thompson, Workingmen’s Party Candidate for Mayor of Cincinnati, March 3, 1877 First published as “The Workingmen: What They Are Doing in a Municipal Way: An Interview with Their Candidate for Mayor," Cincinnati Enquirer, vol. 35, no. 63 (March 4, 1877), pg. 1. Pre-election interview with 29-year old merchant Charles A. Thompson, the candidate of the Workingmen's Party of the United States for mayor of Cincinnati, Ohio. In contrast to the... Topics: Socialism — United States, Marxism, Lassalleanism, Workingmen's Party of the United States, WPUS,...